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Old 05-21-2017, 05:32 PM   #1
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1999 Bounder Fresh Water Tank Repair

I have a new to me 1999 Bounder 34v. I went to dewinterize it and have water coming from under the tank. I need to pull the tank out and not sure where to start. Looking from the front it doesn't look like it will just slide out. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated..
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Old 05-22-2017, 07:54 AM   #2
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Since it was winterized, is the fresh water tank drain open. First place to look.
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I have a new to me 1999 Bounder 34v. I went to dewinterize it and have water coming from under the tank. I need to pull the tank out and not sure where to start. Looking from the front it doesn't look like it will just slide out. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated..
First suggestion: Slow down and make sure you have a tank problem before you start pulling the tank. If you winterized it and the tank had a little water left in it, It would NOT rupture the tank. There would be plenty of room for the ice to expand. We were a Fleetwood dealer and Fleetwood used good quality tanks.
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